The Life and Times of Jose Calderon
by Jose Faus


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If you would have met JosE Calderon on the street, you might have wondered if he was all there -- not because the man lacked substance but because he blended well with shadows and light. Though tall and imposing, his gait was easy and slight, as if a breeze could carry him away like a scent or a leaf. One friend said of him: "He suffered his life silently to the point of indifference." That is until he found inspiration from an old gypsy woman with young girl's smile and set out to chronicle his life, motivated by "a question life had begun to ask of him."

The Life and Times of JosE Calderon -- compiled from papers he left behind and the cryptic asides he made to the few acquaintances he let into his musty house on Independence Avenue in Anytown, USA, where he lived with a rambunctious cat and a majestic harp -- follows This Town Like That, the debut book of poetry by JosE Faus.

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If you would have met JosE Calderon on the street, you might have wondered if he was all there -- not because the man lacked substance but because he blended well with shadows and light. Though tall and imposing, his gait was easy and slight, as if a breeze could carry him away like a scent or a leaf. One friend said of him: "He suffered his life silently to the point of indifference." That is until he found inspiration from an old gypsy woman with young girl's smile and set out to chronicle his life, motivated by "a question life had begun to ask of him."

The Life and Times of JosE Calderon -- compiled from papers he left behind and the cryptic asides he made to the few acquaintances he let into his musty house on Independence Avenue in Anytown, USA, where he lived with a rambunctious cat and a majestic harp -- follows This Town Like That, the debut book of poetry by JosE Faus.



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  • ISBN-13: 9780990864981
  • ISBN-10: 0990864987
  • Publisher: 39 West Press
  • Publish Date: May 2017
  • Page Count: 118
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.28 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.4 pounds


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